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#### Dane

##### TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« on: March 27, 2016, 07:42:36 AM »
You probably remember this popular game from your childhood:
Two persons fighting inside 3x3 fields.
One of the players writes an "X". The other player then writes an "O"
and so forth and so on. The game ends
when one of the players has three in a row
(vertically, horizontally, diagonally).

It has inspired me to work inside four blocks in area 1-36:
1-9, 10-18, 19-27, and 28-36.
I strongly recommend that you end your session
right after leaving only three of these four squares
in order to avoid long term sleepers!

Simply fill in the fields or squares as the numbers come.
If three in a row may come now
simply bet the missing number (one chip. Flat betting).

When a number REPEATS, please give it an "X"!
As you might have guessed, the "Winner" comes up with
THREE "ONERS" OR THREE CROSSES IN A ROW.

Good luck! And remember:
Always Look On The Bright Side of Life!

Dane

« Last Edit: March 27, 2016, 07:47:52 AM by Dane »

#### Reyth

##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2016, 12:39:44 PM »
This reminds me of another system on this site.  I even uploaded a .xls sheet for it I think...

LOL.  Lo and behold, its your post!

https://www.roulettelife.com/index.php?topic=117.0

#### BlueAngel

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #2 on: March 27, 2016, 06:19:17 PM »
You must be secret fan of Ignatus, selections without sensible principles but always flat bets on numbers.

I'm not against the last 2 options, but most important is the principle, so what's this principle?

A long forgotten memory of the childhood??

#### kav

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #3 on: March 27, 2016, 07:09:47 PM »
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Good luck! And remember:
Always Look On The Bright Side of Life!
Totally agree Dane.

If I understand correctly, your main idea is that parts of the roulette table get hot so you try to identify and bet on these parts?

#### Kreuzritter

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #4 on: March 27, 2016, 08:01:20 PM »
Hi Dane,

a hit stops the complete game or only the game in one of the four block?

I think it could be that you have to bet a lot of numbers  - right?

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2016, 08:02:07 PM »
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Good luck! And remember:
Always Look On The Bright Side of Life!
Totally agree Dane.

If I understand correctly, your main idea is that parts of the roulette table get hot so you try to identify and bet on these parts?

Proximity of the table and/or wheel layout is irrelevant of occurring results.

With such way you might win or you might lose, it just depends on luck.

It's just another way to decide what to bet but in my opinion it's as good as laying the chips wherever your hand may reach.

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2016, 08:06:24 PM »
Proximity of the table and/or wheel layout is irrelevant of occurring results.

With such way you might win or you might lose, it just depends on luck.

It's just another way to decide what to bet but in my opinion it's as good as laying the chips wherever your hand may reach.
Of course, mathematically speaking everything is irrelevant, since theoretically we have independent evens. However the quest to try to find patterns and bet selection methods is as old as the wheel. And this method does look interesting.

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##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #7 on: March 27, 2016, 08:27:05 PM »
Proximity of the table and/or wheel layout is irrelevant of occurring results.

With such way you might win or you might lose, it just depends on luck.

It's just another way to decide what to bet but in my opinion it's as good as laying the chips wherever your hand may reach.
Of course, mathematically speaking everything is irrelevant, since theoretically we have independent evens. However the quest to try to find patterns and bet selection methods is as old as the wheel. And this method does look interesting.

Not all of the methods have the same characteristics, neither the same volatility, nor the same results.

For example a Martingale player may have almost 100% win rate but in 1 or 2 times could lose more he evr had!
Win rate doesn't mean anything, it's very misleading.
The best criteria are the ROI (Return On Investment) and the risk of ruin because they are reflecting the balance (if any) between risk and reward for each bet, each session, bankroll...etc

An EC can win more times than a single number and yet lose in the total while the number can cover its trials' expenses till the eventual win.

Most of gamblers feel insecure by betting a few numbers, they prefer to cover the table, they are also impatient, they don't like to wait till a number hits.

Lack of discipline and faith in you and what you are doing could lead you to wrong decisions, if not wrong,not the best possible.
In such tricky game as roulette there is only a thin line between failure and success, the fortune hangs in the balance.
So what it will be...the choice is yours!

#### Dane

##### Re: TIC-TAC-TOE-LIKE
« Reply #8 on: March 28, 2016, 06:39:32 AM »
Hi Dane,

a hit stops the complete game or only the game in one of the four block?

I think it could be that you have to bet a lot of numbers  - right?

Hi Kreuzritter (riding a cross, ja?),
I intended to stop after leaving three of the four Blocks,
but it could lead to betting too many numbers. Not good!
I had tried to limit betting by distinguishing between "oners" and "repeats".
Obviously that was not enough.
("Nicht überplastern". Ludwig von Graph).

Thanks to all.
To Reytht: I admit that I might have been
going around in cirkles going nowhere fast.
To BlueAngel: Well, I think that it is time go initiate another topic.
It might not be better - but it might give you better ideas.

Regards
Dane